2004

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News Release
4th August 2004

A New US West Service Adds to XICT

On 1 August 2004, M.V. “CMA CGM HUGO” made a maiden call at Xiamen International Container Terminals (XICT) to commence the Pearl River Express Service (PRX), a US West Coast service jointly operated by CMA CGM and MSC.

News Release
28th July 2004

XICT Welcomes New Long-haul Services

The two services deploy a total of 15 vessels, the largest 318 metres in length and 6,000 TEU in capacity.

News Release
27th July 2004

Thamesport Welcomes Largest Ever Vessel

The 6,332-TEU Hatsu Envoy is the largest vessel ever to call at the Medway facility, at 300 metres long and 42.8 metres wide, with a draft of 13.5 metres.

News Release
22nd July 2004

Top Design Award for Bathside Bay Project

Hutchison Ports (UK) Limited’s (HPUK) proposal for a new deep-water container terminal at Bathside Bay has won a top award for its approach to landscape design.

News Release
16th July 2004

HIT Finalist for Management Science Award

Hongkong International Terminals (HIT) was recently recognised as a finalist in the prestigious Edelman Award for Management Science Achievement, widely recognised as the “Technology World Series”. Seven finalists were selected from a grouping of 30 top caliber organisations.

News Release
16th July 2004

HIT Finalist for Management Science Award

Hongkong International Terminals (HIT) was recently recognised as a finalist in the prestigious Edelman Award for Management Science Achievement, widely recognised as the “Technology World Series”.

News Release
7th July 2004

Xiamen Haicang Channel Dredging Completed

The newly broadened and deepened navigation channels of Xiamen Port were completed in June.

News Release
30th June 2004

HPH Ports Announce ISPS Code Compliance

Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) is pleased to announce that all HPH ports to which the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code is applicable are in full compliance.

News Release
10th June 2004

HIT Celebrates 80 Millionth Container

A major milestone was reached today when Hongkong International Terminals (HIT) handled its 80 millionth container.

News Release
1st June 2004

Port Efficiency Given Boost as IQB and YICT Sign MOC

Both parties are committed to achieving a close co-operation that will enable expedited inspection and release of inbound and outbound cargo and containers via Yantian.

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